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Migrate Outlook 07 calendar from XP to 7


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RjBass

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I just recently exported my outlook 07 data file onto an external hard drive from my Xp installation and then imported the data into my outlook 07 on my new Win 7 installation. Everything seems to be ok except for the hundreds of scheduled appointments i set up while in XP. When I try to open and make changes to those appointment times and locations it tells me that only the original person who set up the appointment will be able to make changes that will update all attendees. Since I am the original person who made the appointment, how do I fix it so that it shows in my new Win 7 install?
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http://www.ehow.com/...k-calendar.html
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Yup, except that option will not allow you to take ownership of the calendar events in Windows 7 when running Outlook 07 or Outlook 10. It allows you to see the events scheduled and make changes to the events locally, but it won't then send out updates of those events to the proper recipients.

That is the problem I am having, is taking ownership of the file. I have gone though the normal ownership options with the data file it's self, but that has not resolved the issue.
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